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Ancestors of a 21st century British family

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  • ID: I66422
  • Name: George de Longueville
  • Prefix: Sir
  • Sex: M
  • Death: 1357 in Little Billing, Northants
  • Occupation: MP
  • Cause: Murdered
  • Note:

    The Longuevilles retained Little Billing Manor for nearly 400 years; one of the family, Sir George, being murdered there in 1357.
    In 1349 George Longueville, whose wife was daughter of Sir Laurence de Preston, and Thomas Preston held land in Quinton, Northants, of the Earl of Pembroke.
    On November 9th 1357 king Edward III issued a Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Shareshull, William de  Notton, William de Warenna and Robert de Wighthull, in the county of  Northampton, touching all persons concerned in the death of George de Longevill, ?chivaler?, killed at Little Billyng.
    George de Longueville, who was murdered at Little Billing in 1357, was member of parliament for the county five times between 1337 and 1354.
    (Northamptonshire Record Society.1940.)
  • _UID: 90C543540C954D3EB91C78C1AFA4A93557F0
  • Change Date: 9 MAY 2012

    Father: John Longueville b: 26 OCT 1265
    Mother: Julian Ferrers

    Marriage 1 Isabella Preston
    • Married:
    1. Has Children John FitzJohn Longueville